Dr. A Muraleedharan
ENT SurgeonSenior Consultant , MBBS, DLO, MS, 37 years of experience
Chennai , India
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Work Experience of Dr. A Muraleedharan
Director, ENT, Madras Medical College and Rajiv Gandhi Govt. General Hospital
Emeritus professor, Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai
Consultant, ENT, Shivasundar Hospital, Adyar, Chennai
Consultant, ENT, Padmapriya Hospital, Adyar, Chennai
Consultant, ENT, Kauvery Hospital, Alwarpet, Chennai
Consultant, ENT, Venkateswara Hospital, Nandanam, Chennai
Senior Consultant, Global Hospitals, Chennai
Frequently Asked Questions About Dr. A Muraleedharan
Dr. A Muraleedharan practices at Apollo Spectra Hospital, Chennai
Dr. A Muraleedharan specialty is ENT Surgeon
Dr. A Muraleedharan is ENT Surgeon with 37 years of experience.
Dr. A Muraleedharan is MBBS, DLO, MS.
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An ENT surgeon deals with the surgical specialists who diagnose, evaluate and manage a wide range of diseases of the head and neck, including the ear, nose and throat regions.
Syptoms like Dizziness or spinning sensation (vertigo), Nausea and vomiting, Problems with balance or walking,Hearing loss (or decrease in sound volume) in one ear, Earache or ear pain and fullness in the ear.
The investigations include audiogram, Auditory Brainstem Response, MRI of Internal Acoustic Meatus (IAM) is required.
Chec by an physical exam to look for signs and symptoms of the cause of vertigo, The ENT surgeon uses delicate instruments to magnify and examine the ear canal and eardrum.
Yes , they can as Thyroid function tests, including thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) Blood tests, or radiology examination. An ultrasound to see the size and appearance of the nodule.